Hiking Trail Presentation

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Maury County Parks & Recreation proudly presents - :

Maury County Parks & Recreation proudly presents - The Evolution of a Trail MCP&R’s Hiking Trail & Natural Area

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MCP&R received a grant from the state of tn recreation trails program

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the trail was marked and roughed-in

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t he first 500 feet was widened and leveled to meet accessibility standards

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the start of the parking area

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chert was the next step in creating the trail

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the second, longer leg of the trail as seen in the winter

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a view of hampshire pike from the top of the hill

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d eer tracks!

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the beginnings of the observation deck 500 ft. from the trailhead

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w aiting mounds of crushed red rock

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how the 138 tons of crushed red rock was put on the trail

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m r. greg boyd wrestling with the equipment

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f inally working!

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building the parking area up to accessibility standards

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finished accessible part of the trail

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digging to put the overhead power lines underground

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o bservation deck almost complete

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the view down the hill overlooking MCP

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l ooking up to the observation deck

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t he first part of the second leg of the trail

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getting ready to pave the turn-around area

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m r. carl moore covering the underground power lines

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benches are a nice touch to the observation deck

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s ome fortification of the trail was needed in several areas

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hard-working crew putting in the benches along the trail

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p arks supervisor m r. wayne lindsey making sure it’s perfect

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finished deck with beautiful view!

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m ake way for hikers

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finished parking area at trailhead

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m essage board at trailhead

Many thanks to the State of Tennessee Recreational Services Division and Maury County Commission for funding this project. Parks Director, Al Ray and Parks Supervisor, Wayne Lindsey put in many extra hours (and lots of phone calls) to make sure this project was done well and right. A huge thank you to our awesome crew: Carl Moore, Andy Hartman, Wayne Brooks, Greg Boyd, Bryant Brewer, Bart Jones and Frank Watson, who worked long hours under pressure to make this trail a reality. :

Many thanks to the State of Tennessee Recreational Services Division and Maury County Commission for funding this project. Parks Director, Al Ray and Parks Supervisor, Wayne Lindsey put in many extra hours (and lots of phone calls) to make sure this project was done well and right. A huge thank you to our awesome crew: Carl Moore, Andy Hartman, Wayne Brooks, Greg Boyd, Bryant Brewer, Bart Jones and Frank Watson, who worked long hours under pressure to make this trail a reality.

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